Darryl Sangster is a Prairie guy at heart, who has lived in the Okanagan with his three daughters since 2015. Born in Yorkton, SK. Darryl grew up playing hockey and attended Notre Dame in Wilcox, SK. and settled in Saskatoon, SK. to build his professional career and raise his family.
Greg was born and raised in the Northwest Territories (NWT). Greg’s childhood was filled with sports, so naturally, he received his post-secondary in Kinesiology…
Kevin joined Skedaddle after earning a diploma in Civil Engineering Technology from Humber College. After spending time working in construction and customer service Kevin chose Skedaddle to learn new skills in home repair and experience the challenge of working with wildlife.
Damian loves animals and previously volunteered with an exotic wildlife farm before joining Skedaddle. For fun, Damian enjoys building stuff at home and working with his hands.
Sarah is a graduate of Durham College’s Hospitality and Tourism program. After several years working in that field, Sarah joined Skedaddle for the opportunity to take on a new and exciting challenge outside her comfort zone.
I like to spend time with my family, I have 5 children and that is most of my time away from Skedaddle, as for why Skedaddle…I have a sincere love for animals, sometimes more than the human kind.
Tisha joined Skedaddle in September of 2017 as General Manager of both the Toronto and Durham Region locations. Skedaddle’s approach to safety, humane treatment of wildlife and high customer service standards were the motivating factors that led her to change industries.
Harley considers himself to be family and community-oriented and is a regular volunteer at Fellowship Pickering Children’s Ministries. With a diploma in Law and Public Safety from Seneca College
Colin attended Fleming College and graduated from the Fish & Wildlife program. He chose a position with Skedaddle as it offered an opportunity to both grow professionally and utilize the skills and knowledge he acquired at college.
Alex joins Skedaddle as the company’s first franchise owner in British Columbia. After graduating from the University of Guelph with a degree in Wildlife Biology & Conservation, Alex earned his Masters of Science of Forestry from Lakehead University. WHAT DO YOU DO AT SKEDADDLE: Franchise Owner LOCATIONS SERVED: Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody… Continue reading
Clayton joined Skedaddle after spending over 10 years as a produce…
Brad joined Skedaddle in 2018 after more than 8 years in the hospitality…
Alex is a graduate of Lakehead University where he earned…
James joins Skedaddle as a graduate from Conestoga College where…
Dylan joined our team in 2019. He chose Skedaddle to gain hands-on…
Daniel grew up in St-Lazare and studied Creative Arts and Languages John Abbott College. Fluent in both English and French, Daniel developed his strong customer service skills after working many years in multiple roles in automotive dealerships on the West Island. Here at Skedaddle he enjoys working outdoors and the excitement that comes from working… Continue reading
Born and raised in Dalton, Moriah has always been interested in the outdoors and wildlife. She spent much of her youth outside between being a 4-H member, helping her dad build things, or exploring her neighborhood. Her love for nature blossomed throughout her childhood and led her to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison… Continue reading
Chris was born and raised in Waukesha and has been working with and studying wildlife for much of his life.
Marcus is the owner and operator of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control – Milwaukee. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Marcus combines the academic training (M.S. Wildlife Biology, UW Madison)
James spent most of his life in the UK before moving to Canada and has experience working in both education and IT before trying his hand at humane wildlife control.
Joseph’s love for wildlife and the outdoors lead him to Fleming College’s Fish and Wildlife Technician program.
Ben was born in Newfoundland but grew up in Ontario. He graduated from Fleming College’s Fish and Wildlife program before joining Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control.
Born and raised in Montreal, Anthony graduated from Vanier College’s Environmental and Wildlife Management program in 2015 and joined the Skedaddle team later that year. During his studies he completed volunteer work and internships at McGill University’s MacDonald campus.
Bill Dowd is the President and CEO of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control. He established Skedaddle in 1989. Recognizing the need for a professional urban wildlife specialist that focuses on humane removal methods, they have since had over 200,000 wildlife removals and exclusions with environment-friendly, poison-free methods since day one.
Chris Stevens joined the Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control team in 2011 and has been a valuable asset ever since. He enjoys solving wildlife conflicts and finds the work extremely rewarding and exciting. His love of rock climbing is an asset while working on roofs and at heights.
Growing up in St. George Ontario, Brandon Crawford was raised with an appreciation of the natural world and a passion to help preserve it. He went through all levels of scouting in his youth and received the Chief Scout Award after completing ventures. Co-Directed underprivileged day camps at Five Oaks, while overseeing the nature programs.
Corey Lewis brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control. Corey started as a technician in 1999 and has progressed through the ranks to Director of Technical Services. Corey has served on the Board of Environment Hamilton and as a Natural Environment Advisor
Chris Grabas obtained his DEC in Industrial Electronics 2003 from Vanier College, and his DEC in Environmental & Wildlife Management (formerly Ecological Technology) from Vanier College 2007. He has been a National Canadian Soccer Referee since 2010, won the 2010 Referee Builder Award for Bourassa Region
Dillon received diplomas in both Fish and Wildlife Technology and Forestry at Sir Sanford Fleming College. He loves being outdoors and working with animals so being a Wildlife Technician with Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control is a perfect fit for him. Dillon is also an avid angler who enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Keith first graduated from Northern College as a Veterinary Technician in 2002 and then in 2006, as a Veterinary Wildlife Technologist. Keith’s passion for protecting animals has led him to work at the Temiskaming Wildlife Center, the Shepreth Wildlife Sanctuary and the Muskoka Wildlife Center before joining Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control in 2011.
Ryan began with the company as a summer student in 2002. He has a B.A. in Business Administration and an MBA from Brock University. He spent a semester at the European Business School in Germany and has completed internships with the Ontario Ministry of Finance and Canadian Tire Corporation.
Simon Baker joined Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control in 2012 after graduating from Sir Sandford Fleming College with a diploma in Fish & Wildlife Technology. He holds his Ontario Trapping and Fur Management Certificate and previously worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources.
Stuart completed the Construction Engineering Technician course at Mohawk College in 2006 and has been working with Skedaddle since April 2009. He loves watching football (go Detroit!).
Karl Williams earned a Fish and Wildlife Technician diploma from the College of the North Atlantic in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, and brings a wealth of wildlife knowledge to the team.
Andrew Wheelock holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Allison University and completed post graduate studies in Environmental Biology at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. He began his career in 1995 as a Field Technician for Weed Man Lawn in Halifax. Andrew would go on to manage and hold shares in six Weed Man… Continue reading